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Kazusa Junisha Matsuri

Kazusa Junisha Matsuri Chiba (Sept.)

Kazusa Junisha Matsuri has a history of over 1200 years. The goddess Tamayori-hime-no-mikoto from Kazusa no Kuni Ichinomiya Tamasaki Shrine is taken to Tsurigasaki coast once a year to meet other gods from the same family. It is Boso’s oldest Hamaori ritual, in which the mikoshi (shrine float) is taken into the sea. Over 1,000 semi-naked youths carry nine mikoshi, which bear the related gods, and rush along the sea at Kujukuri Beach, heading for Tsurigasaki, the venue of the matsuri.


Kazusa no Kuni Ichinomiya Tamasaki jinja, Ichinomiya-machi, Chosei-gun, Chiba

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By Train

Approx. 50 min. from JR Chiba station to JR Kazusa-Ichinomiya station. An approx. 8 min. walk.

By Car

Approx. 10 min. from Ichinomiya interchange on the Kujukuri Toll Road.

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